Do you love sarees as much as we do? Well, then you’re in for a treat. Wearing a saree is not just about its fabric or an intricate border, it’s a lot about how you style your look. And we believe that picking the right blouse design goes a long way in getting it right. Today, we’re here to make a case for high neck blouse designs. Picking this dependable cut is a sure-shot way to adding a touch of elegance to your getup.
We did some research to help you stay updated with all the latest blouse designs. Go on, have a look at all the choices you have for the next wedding you attend.
From cold-shoulder to peplum, we’ve listed all the blouse designs you need to stay in vogue this shaadi season!
Thought you were done with the cold-shoulder trend? We’re here to convince you otherwise. The trend that has taken over your casual wear has trickled into being a part of your Indianwear wardrobe. The shoulder cut-outs add a trendy touch to an otherwise traditional look.
In this design, one side remains sleeveless while the other has a shoulder cut-out. Pretty innovative, right? We’d recommend pairing it with a synthetic or sheer saree so the neck pattern grabs all the attention.
The design of this one combines two trends - sheer and cold-shoulder. Sheer blouses are best if you’d like to show off some skin and add an elegant touch to your outfit. Complete the look by matching it with a satin saree and statement earrings.
Peplum tops aren’t only meant to be paired with jeans or patialas - they are having a major moment with sarees and lehengas. Mix together a centre slit, ruffled sleeves, gotta patti work and you’ve got yourself an eye-catching blouse!
This latest trend breaks the assumption that blouses are meant to be a certain length. This waist-length blouse, with a collar and elbow-length sleeves, is the perfect way to highlight your curves.
This structured design goes well with cotton and chiffon sarees.
A quick tip: Gather the pallu to one side rather than spreading it across so the blouse design gets the attention it deserves.
This buttoned-down blouse with a closed neck and frilled sleeves is currently on our wishlist. When picking a piece for your wardrobe, go for a subtle colour. Pair it with a contrasting saree and you are good to go.
We’ve given in to the idea of pairing polka dots with sarees. Just like the model in the picture above, go for a high-neck and match it with a contrasting saree colour.
Frilled sleeves with a boat neck in silk fabric is all you need to switch up the traditional saree look. Pair it with a plain silk saree of the same colour pallette to finish up the look.
Give your traditional saree a modern twist by pairing it with a ruffled crop top. It’s an easy way to make sure all eyes are on you. Accessorize it with a statement necklace to complete the look.
When all fails, to keep things simple and elegant pick a blouse with a closed neck and elbow-length sleeves. Match it with cotton, linen or jute saree and you’re ready to go!
What makes this style stand out is the delicate thread work around the neck and the button-down style. This beautiful blouse will work well with a soft silk saree. You can even match it with a lehenga and a dupatta!
A quick look at Anushka Sharma’s outfit and we’re sure this had to a part of this list. Who knew combining checks with a boat-neck design would result in such a stylish blouse? Pair it with a plain cotton saree and you’re ready for the day!
This blouse is proof that an intricate design on a sheer fabric always does wonders! Wear it with a simple netted saree in order to show off the gorgeous design.
Isn’t it amazing how you can play around with printed blouses? For this style, all you need to find is the right print. Once you have that, even a simple high neck blouse design would look amazing!
This is one style every woman should have in her closet. This simple black boat neck blouse can be paired with anything and everything! Style your hair in a bun for the desired effect.
Such a tiny detail can make such a major difference! Yes, we’re talking about the frill sleeves. If you’re not too keen on a boat-neck design, you can also go for a simple round neck.
Well, this isn’t something your neighborhood masterji can whip up. While it might not be the easiest style to find, it is going to be worth the hunt! The stylized cut-outs on the neck are sure to be a head-turner.
Who said high neck designs need to be subtle and demure? Play around with colour and print to have some fun! This stunning closed neck blouse is giving us the perfect tribal vibes.
While the blouse pictured above has pearls all over, even a single thread on the neckline and sleeves would add a stylish touch to your look!
Small details, such as this heart cut-out, have the power to elevate your look. We ‘heart’ it, don’t you too?
A simple boat neck embellished with stones and beads make for a beautiful and captivating combination. Wear it with a sheer saree to complete the look.
This gorgeous blouse with heavy zardosi work is perfect for a cocktail party. The simple round neck will add elegance to your overall look!
Don’t you love the halter neck style? You can wear this one as casual wear, traditional wear or even as festive wear!
A plain organza silk blouse is a subtle way to show off some skin. The heavy thread work add the right touch for an evening party.
Give the organza silk fabric a unique twist by using it to create bell sleeves. This along with a boat neck and zardosi work combines to give a beautiful effect. Just make sure to fold the pallu and pin it to one side so the front design is visible.
Doesn’t this cinched collar deliver a royal effect? The gathers around the neck make it the perfect high neck blouse for a sangeet party!
If you’ve swiped left to all the designs above, then maybe you’re looking for something simpler. These organza silk sleeves with a basic round neck might be right up your alley?
A plain cotton blouse with a minimal thread work makes for an elegant look. Wondering how to style it? Pair it with a bright cotton saree and silver earrings.
A complete thread work blouse with a closed neck and elbow-length sleeves makes for an interesting option. Pick a saree in a contrasting colour for a chic look!
No matter what type of saree you wear, this style will go with it. The semi turtle-neck and zardosi work makes this blouse stand out. It can be matched with a contrasting satin saree.
This threaded blouse also looks like a crop top and can be perfectly worn with a saree or a lehenga in style. Accessorize it with funky jewelry to complete the look.
For those of you who love structure as well as embroidery, this one hits the right spot! This one, in particular, is breathtaking. Pair it with a simple cotton saree and you’re ready to make heads turn.
Polo neck blouses are currently the ‘it’ trend! And we’ve got our eyes on this simple satin blouse with intricate pearl work all over. Isn’t it just so elegant? It is the perfect piece for a formal event.
Done and dusted with simple collars? Change up your style with this peter pan collar. Usually seen on dresses and formal shirts, it works as well on a saree blouse! It’s the piece you need to make a stylish statement at any wedding you’re attending, this year.
For days when you’re bored with the basic style, go for a frilled collar. If you’re going for a heavily embellished fabric like the one shown above, pair it with a simple saree. Keep the jewellery and makeup low-key and let the blouse have its moment.
A monotone blouse doesn’t necessarily have to result in a dull outfit. You can play around with the embellishment and collar for a design that stands out. To show it off properly, we recommend wearing your saree pallu in the front.
Deepika Padukone’s polo neck and lace collar blouse makes for a stunning combination, right? Simple yet so effective! The touch of lace at the collar is adding the right amount of drama.
Never thought you could wear denim with a saree? Well, we think this blogger-approved style is trendy and perfect for a casual mehendi function. Our favourite part about this blouse, of course, is the patchwork on it.
Simple and so elegant! When you have beautiful, elaborate saree like this one, you need a simple high neck blouse to go with it. The detailed collar makes this one a sure shot showstopper.
We bet you’re willing to ditch the dependable V-neck for this stylish piece. No matter which saree style you opt for, this high neck blouse is sure to add a regal touch.
Isn’t Sonam Kapoor’s high neck blouse stunning? It’s not only about the embroidery, the elaborate design of the neckline is what we’re crushing on! With a dramatic blouse like that, make sure to keep your makeup and accessories minimal.
Another fabulous look from Anita Hassanandini! We love the creative pairing of sheer and the structured red bow. Isn’t it the perfect look for a cocktail party?
This one is something you probably already have in your closet. Pairing a classic shirt with a saree is one of the biggest Indianwear trends and for good reason. We love the trendy twist it gives a traditional outfit.
Hina Khan is known for her fashion statements and this look shows us why. She went the creative route by pairing a block-coloured high neck top with a satin saree. What’s not to love?
We adore how this sheer turtleneck is sprinkled with pearls. If you’re not afraid to go OTT, then this one is exactly what your wardrobe needs. We’re convinced that adding pearls to an Indian look is always a good idea!
This lovely blouse with a strategic cut-out bandeau is ‘sheer’ brilliance, right? Pair it with a simple satin lehenga or saree, and you’ll steal the spotlight at the next wedding you attend.
Cape blouses ruled 2018 and we’re happy to report that they’re here to stay. The quirky cut adds the right amount of drama to a traditional Indian outfit. It’s bold but totally worth it.
This one was love at first sight! We’re loving the cut, the fabric as well as the colours of this one. This one-of-a-kind cape blouse will look stunning with a simple silk saree.
This larger-than-life look is perfect for a mehendi function. The wide frills and layers will add drama and style. To show off your blouse design, you can also drape your saree around the waist and keep the pallu sleek.